Friday, 30 March 2018

A March Wedding

This wedding was the reason for my recent visit to London. My friend Jude got married to her lovely partner Rich and I wasn't going to miss their big day for the world! Mister Handmade in Israel and I popped over for a long weekend and had a wonderful time celebrating with them. Of course I took a special card with me.
The 'Beast from the East' cleared up just in time for their wedding day and we all had a fabulous time. We ate well, we drank a lot, we were entertained by some great singers, and we danced the night away. This is the bride and me looking our very best!
* This evening marks the start of Pesach, or Passover, and my family and I will celebrate the Passover Seder. You can read more about it in two of my previous posts here and here. 'Chag Pesach Sameach', a happy Passover festival, to all celebrating.

** This post has been shared on Little Things ThursdayThursday Favorite Things, Share Your Cup Thursday, Anything Blue FridayWelcome To The Weekend, All Seasons and Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday).


Judith Addleson said...

Honoured you have written about our wedding on your blog and very touched that you came! Happy pesach. Jude & Rich

VeggieMummy said...

I love the photo with the oversized sunglasses! The card will be a great memento of a happy day. xx

Jayne SMABL said...

I would have loved a card like this on our wedding day! What a lovely keepsake for Jude & Rich.
Lovely to see you had a fab time. Chag Pesach Sameach!

Thanks for sharing with #MMBC :)

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

A wedding is a wonderful celebration of life - your card is such a beautiful expression of your creativity too!

NC Sue said...

Happy Passover, Lisa. May you and your family be blessed!
Thanks for joining us at

Anonymous said...

A friend's wedding is always a lot of fun, because the history yo have together! Thank you for sharing it with All Seasons. Now I'm off to your Peach/Seder. Have a great week, Lisa:)

Debbie Roberts - Debs Random Writings said...

Hi Lisa, no rummaging in the back of drawers looking for that card you knew you had, for you! This card is really lovely and something very special indeed. Another wonderful creation!


betty-NZ said...

I can always tell that you enjoy making these charming cards because they turn out so pretty!!

Angie said...

Weddings are always such joyful events - a blessing that you could join your friends and that the weather cooperated. I am sure your hand-made treasure will be a keep-sake for Judith and Richard!

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